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MAVERICK RETURNS

A barren period for Spain's Maverick Vinales came to an end on Sunday, as he cruised to victory ahead of...
By Alex Trelinski , in Sport , at July 4, 2019

A barren period for Spain’s Maverick Vinales came to an end on Sunday, as he cruised to victory ahead of world champion Marc Marquez at the Dutch MotoGP in Assen.

The 24-year-old Yamaha rider was in cruise control for the final 12 laps and comfortably sealed his sixth MotoGP win.

France’s Fabio Quartararo, 20, who started on pole, completed the podium.
“My team did a great job,” Vinales said after his first win since October 2018. “I’m living my dream, it’s been such a long time since my last victory,”
He added: “This is honestly one of the tracks I like most in the calendar.”
Marquez, who retains his overall lead in the championship following his second place in the Netherlands, said he was “happy” after leading the race at one point.
“I knew Yamaha were very very strong in practice, so this is like a victory. Vinales – he deserves the win,” the 26-year-old Honda rider said.
There´s no breather for the riders as the next race follows on this Sunday, with the German MotoGP at Sachsenring.